New Zealand 2002
Crop circles made for TV documentary.

One was a replica of the Allington formation. This was reproduced by the request of the Japanese TV crew. Please note I am not
claiming the original formation! However they wanted to see that an existing formation could re recreated. We had limited time and
only 3 people so we showed them a selection we thought we could do in the time allowed. They picked the Allington formation from
pictures stored on my laptop. Then we designed and executed it.
It was also an interesting and controversian choice I thought because the original Allington formation seemed to contain a few errors.
Our formation corrected those errors. We created re-created the Allington formation by night. We were filmed with timelapse Infrared
cameras on a very high scaffold that was erected next to the field. We were also filmed by a roving handheld camera whilst we made
this circle.

The whole field was illuminated for a short periods every hour so their bigger cameras could look down in colour and see what was
happening (infrared comes out in black and white). These lights were a bit of a hinderance actually because they were blinding and
take away your natural adjustment to the dark, in which we normally work. So when the lights were turned off we were a little
disorientated for a while, until our eyes had adjusted again over the next 10 minutes.

It was actually very odd to work in this way, because there were lighting cranes, scaffold, crew trucks, silenced generator trucks,
HMI arc lighting used in the film industry. The lights being turned on was literally like having instant daylight. However apart from
the once hourly quick light ups, we were not disturbed or stopped working by the Japanese crew. Actually this is very respectful of
them, all US and UK crews we have worked with stop you all the time and want to chat and set up shots and all sorts of stuff. This
can seriously eat into your time if your trying to make a circle. So thankfully the Japanese had the right idea.

Next we were asked by day to create a design for a circle from scratch and put that in a field. This was to show just how we do the
designs and how to create a circle step by step. Being a day circle made it very easy for us indeed and we completed the crop
circle in about 2 hours, without breaking a sweat.

All finished the presenter and all the rest of the cameras entered the formation and inspected our work. We had learned that the
female presenter was so impressed she had cried when she saw the night time formation taking shape. She cried when entering the
formations by day too. This is certainly a compliment from her for our work.

We would like to thank TV Asahi, and producer Kai Kouichi for their inviting us to make these demonstrations, and hope it helps
people understand how some crop circles are made. New Zealand is stunning and has a lot to offer tourists and would be a great
place to live. The wheat crop was some of the best I have worked in and was very healthy.

Someone asked me did I say our oration before making the circle. I did, I always say an oration before each circle we make
dedicating it to all people interested in crop circles, asking for the circle to have energy and to inspire others or bring paranormal
forces to us or others. Whilst the TV crew did not see anything odd, I did see a small globe of Orange light behind a tree. Bearing in
mind New Zealand doesnt have many people - sheep outnumber humans by 30 times and we were in a very remote location, this
light being present in such a remote location was odd. It dissapeared after 10 minutes. It isnt the first time red orange or yellow
lights have been present when making circles. I believe these to be either thought forms or perhaps other Intelligences. When I see
them I dont get scared I just acknowledge them with a thank you and carry on working. These kind of wierd things which do
regularly happen to circlemakers are hard for non-circlemakers to accept. However anyone can make crop circles, I suggest trying
making them with a positive outlook and perhaps saying orations as we do, because I feel this attracts extra wierdness. Thats why I
keep coming back to make more because it is the wierdness that surrounds crop circles that I am interested in mostly.

If anyone requires more photos of these two please let me know and I can send them on... for website use or other.  These photos
are copyright to us and can be used for non-profit reproductions only, websites etc.

Matthew Williams
truthseekers@ntlworld.com